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Free Crochet Patterns for Scarves

Updated on May 17, 2015
Ruffled Scarf and Scarflette - Free Crochet Pattern
Ruffled Scarf and Scarflette - Free Crochet Pattern | Source

Free Crochet Patterns for Scarves

Crocheted scarves are great for keeping the neck and chin warm in the cold winter weather. They are generally worn underneath the jacket for extra warmth and protection from the cold air. In addition, lacy scarves are often so beautiful that you just want to wear them for fun.

The price for scarves can range anywhere from a buck at the dollar store to $50.00 or more elsewhere. And if you make them yourself, the price will depend on what type of yarn you use. I would say that in general you can make yourself a soft, beautiful and warm scarf for under $10.00.

Many crochet scarf patterns can be worked up within a few hours, but others can take a little longer depending on the stitch combination, the yarn that is used, and the finished size. Crochet scarves are fun and easy to make, and are great for beginners to practice with before moving on to bigger and more complicated patterns.

You can find scarf patterns in many pattern books, yarn labels as well as online. As a matter of fact, the Internet has a huge collection of free crochet patterns for scarves. The following list is a combination of both elegant and stylish scarves as well as a few very easy scarf patterns.

Beginner Hooded Scarf
Beginner Hooded Scarf | Source

Beginner Hooded Scarf - CrochetN’Crafts

This is an easy crochet pattern to tackle for someone who is just learning how to crochet. The hooded scarf is worked in simple chains and single crochet stitches. However, the texture of the fabric is quite nice. - Beginner Hooded Scarf

Blizzard for Your Neck - Snowcatcher

This is a snowflake scarf, hence the name. The snowflakes are joined together at the points and contribute to a beautiful lacy look. You can join the snowflakes on one or more points, depending on how you want the finished scarf to look. - Blizzard for Your Neck.

Fall Lace Scarf - Design Adventures

The stitches in this fall lace scarf pattern are very simple to crochet, but the combination of them creates a nice lacy look. In addition to the beautiful lace, the scarf also has a lovely fringe on the ends. Fall Lace Scarf

Kaleidoscope Scarf Pattern - Wolf Crochet

This beautiful scarf is made with a fingering weight yarn. It uses an off-set shell stitch in order to help create a kaleidoscope effect. The texture and colors of this scarf both look fabulous. - Kaleidoscope Scarf Pattern

Pointed Granny Scarf - Crochet With Cris

This scarf resembles a granny square, only it is worked in rows. You can make it in different colors in order to create stripes, or make it all in one solid color. The finished scarf has two nicely pointed ends. - Pointed Granny Scarf

Shell Scarf - The Adventures of the Gingerbread Lady

This is for a wavy shell scarf. The shells help to provide not only a wavy appearance, but also contribute to a lovely lacy design. The pattern provides you with a graph, as well as with a step-by-step picture tutorial on how to work the stitches. - Shell Scarf

Wide Scarf
Wide Scarf | Source

Wide Scarf - Free Crochet Patterns - (ruqqa)

This is another easy scarf to master for a beginner. It consists of chains, single crochet and double crochet stitches. The width measures about 8” and you can do as many repeats of the pattern in order to achieve the desired length. - Wide Scarf


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      Rhelena 4 years ago

      Thanks again!

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      Devika Primić 4 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Crochet is such a wonderful idea for any one and I really have to get started soon, the pattern looks gorgeous.